audiences are more savvy, and with a single camera you can home in on nuance more than with multi-cam and capture the smarter side of the story.” Related: NBC Press Day: Bill Lawrence Talks ‘Undateable’ Adam Scott said there a “weird thing” about doing comedy on a multi-cam.
“If you don’t say a joke with a particular inflection, the laughs just don’t occur.
More Rookie Cam updates are on their way, so stay tuned.
It is the golden age of comedy now, Mindy Kaling told reporters at NBCU Press Day, because whereas once you used to have to wait 2 1/2 years for Larry David to get around to writing another season of because “with the Internet …
This sexy, stylized show has sparked renewed interest in the style of the 1960s, but the authenticity of the characters' looks goes far beyond pencil skirts and bullet bras.
Retro looks like Betty's constructed updos and Joan's sensual matte red lips garnered the show's beauty team Emmy noms for Outstanding Hairstyling for a Single-Camera Series, and Oustanding Makeup for a Single-Camera Series (Non-Prosthetic).
has now received its first trailer; though its single-camera, laugh-track-free format means the show may feel stylistically very different from its origins, elsewhere the humour seems pretty much the same.
Just smaller and cuter, as Jim Parsons' Sheldon is seen in his younger form, as played by The show will see the predictably precocious Sheldon enter into the ninth grade, alienating both his classmates and teachers with his impressive intellect and trouble with social skills, pointing out dress code violations and calling into question their teaching credentials.